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In the Gregorian calendar, New Year's Eve (also known as Old Year's Day in many countries), the last day of the year, is on December 31. In many countries, New Year's Eve is celebrated at evening social gatherings, where many people dance, eat, drink, and watch or light fireworks. Some Christians attend a watchnight service. The celebrations generally go on past midnight into New Year's Day, 1 January.

Tonga and Kiritimaki (Christmas Island), part of Kiribati, are examples of the first places to welcome the New Year while Baker Island in the United States of America is among the last.

In the United States, New Year's Eve is celebrated with formal parties and concerts, family-oriented activities, and large public events such as firework shows and "drops".

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The most prominent celebration in the country is the "ball drop" held at New York's City's Times Square, which was inspired by the time balls that were formerly used as a time signal. At 11:59 p.m. ET, an 11,875-pound (5,386 kg), 12-foot-diameter (3.7 m) ball (which is adorned with crystal panels and an LED lighting system) is lowered down a 70 feet (21 m)-high pole on the roof of One Times Square, reaching the roof of the building 60 seconds later at midnight. The event has been held since 1907, and has seen an average attendance of one million spectators yearly. Since 2009, the ball itself has been displayed atop the building year-round. The spectacle has inspired similar events outside of New York City, where a ball or other item is lowered or raised in an identical manner. The items used for these events often represent local culture or history: Atlantia's Peach Drop reflects Georgia's identity as the "Peach State".




Episodes and Specials/Movies in which the holiday is being celebrated:[]

New Year's Eve[]

Chinese New Year[]

  • Bubble Guppies: The New Year's Dragon!
  • Ni Hao, Kai-Lan: Happy Chinese New Year!
  • Teletubbies: Chinese New Year (Teletubbies)
  • The Powerpuff Girls: Chinese New Year Promo
  • Miles from Tomorrowland: Lunar New Year
  • Noodle and Doodle: A Chinese New Year
  • California Dreams: The Year of the Woo
  • Caillou: Chinese New Year
  • Mr. Men: Chinese New Year (Mr. Men)
  • Date A Live: Happy Chinese New Year (Date A Live)
  • Kipper the Dog: Kipper Chinese New Year Greetings
  • Justin Time: Yukon Dawn; Lion Dance
  • Fresh Off the Boat: Year of the Rat/Ride the Tiger
  • Tweenies: Chinese New Year (Tweenies)
  • Daisy and Ollie: Chinese New Year (Daisy and Ollie)
  • Mickey Mouse: Year of the Dog
  • Peppa Pig: Chinese New Year
  • Barney and Friends: Big Brother Rusty: China
  • Nina's World: Nina Celebrates Chinese New Year
  • Jackie Chan Adventures: Day of the Dragon
  • Andi Mack: Chinese New Year (Andi Mack)
  • The Ollie and Moon Show: Lunar New Year Special
  • Between the Lions: Chinese New Year (Between the Lions)
  • Pencilmation: Pencilmate Celebrates the Chinese New Year!
  • Hi-5: Chinese New Year (Hi-5)
  • Disney Princess: Mulan's Lunar New Year
  • Reading Rainbow: Chinese New Year (Reading Rainbow)

Marathons[]

  • Cartoon Network New Year's Eve Bash
  • New Year's Eve Loud House Party Marathon
  • Adult Swim New Year’s Eve Party
  • Disney Channel’s Totally New Year
  • Toonami New Year’s Eve-II
  • Shark Tank New Year’s Day Marathon
  • 12 Oz. Mouse New Year Marathon
  • The Twilight Zone New Year's Marathon 2019/2020
  • Incredible Crew New Year’s Eve Marathon
  • Grown-ish New Year’s Day Movie Marathon
  • Archer New Years Eve Celebration
  • Tom and Jerry New Year’s Marathon
  • Arrested Development Bangin' New Year's 2003 Marathon
  • New Year's Eve Bash with Daniel Tiger
  • Looney Tunes New Year's Day Marathon
  • Naruto Year's Eve
  • New Year's Clarence and Friends Sleepover

Songs[]

Videos[]

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Rudolph's Shiny New Year

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